Safety Lunch at the Johnson Controls, Inc. Jobsite

The Johnson Controls, Inc. project in West Point, Georgia hosted a safety luncheon on Monday, April 25th, 2011. Johnson Controls, a repeat Gray customer, chose Gray to design and build a 98,000 s.f. expansion to an automotive seat assembly facility that Gray originally constructed in 2009. The expansion includes tilt panel construction, warehouse and production space and 25 additional docks.  Also, an entire tilt panel was removed from the existing facility to open up traffic flow for the customer. The expansion is scheduled to be completed in four months.


Gray hosts a safety luncheon on each jobsite to show appreciation to the many subcontractors and Gray team members who help put safety and quality of life first. Safety is a top priority at Gray. In fact, it’s our No. 1 Core Value. The Johnson Controls safety luncheon celebrated the following:

  • 56 days with zero lost time incidents
  • 18,000 hours total on site
  • 950 hours total for Gray team members
  • 321 average hours worked per day
  • Approximately 30 hours per day of daily manpower

     

If you have automotive plant construction needs, please contact Chris Allen, Executive Vice President, Automotive Market at callen@gray.com.

    April 26, 2011

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